Learn How To Say No

The more I talk to leaders from around the world, the more I discover there’s one two-letter word that leaders want to learn how to use more. These leaders say they want to learn how to say NO better.

No is a powerful word. Despite its smallness, the word no says a lot.

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Learning the power of No helps leaders to manage their time, feel less pressure, and get more done. Who doesn’t want to learn how to say no more effectively? I know I do.

Why We Need To Say No

You can easily feel pressured to say Yes to everything and everyone. You don’t want to let those you lead and interact with down. It’s what all the good leaders do, right?


Improving Your Home Office With Stylish, Designer Radiators

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Designer bathroom radiators offer the perfect way to give your bathroom a stylish and modern look. We tend to dismiss radiators in terms of room design. They are merely bulky items that get in the way – taking up too much space and being a detriment to the overall appearance. However, this does not need to be the case. 

Designer radiators prioritize style. They are designed to enhance the bathroom, becoming a focal point for all of the right reasons. With that in mind, read on to discover what to consider when choosing a designer radiator for your home. 

Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Wrath Of Man

A Reel Leadership Article

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Wrath Of Man is the 2021 revenge-thriller starring action star Jason Statham. His character, H, is on a mission. He signs up to be a security guard for a company that transports money. The job choice wasn’t by accident. He is looking for the men responsible for killing his son, Dougie (Eli Brown).

Jason Statham in Wrath Of Man

Wrath Of Man shows how what happens when a man seeks revenge. He becomes dangerous and unhinged. He goes for the jugular and doesn’t stop until he finds the men responsible.

You’ll get a wild ride with Wrath Of Man. More than that, you will also find leadership lessons in Wrath Of Man.

Strap in. Hold on. Get ready to learn.

Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Wrath Of Man

1. You can misdiagnose a problem:

Charlie was one of the security guards for the cash moving company H would sign onto. Charlie and his partner, an unnamed security guard, were closing the doors to the security truck they would be using.

7 Amazing Things You Should Know About the Leadership of Moses

You probably know Moses as the leader of the Israelites. However, there are seven surprising facts about his leadership you should not miss. Read further.

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Who is Moses?

Moses is a Hebrew prophet God used to free the Israelites from Egyptian slavery.

Saved by the basket from the Egyptian slaughter, he reached Pharaoh’s daughter, who took and adopted him as her son.

Growing up, Moses witnessed the struggles of his fellow Hebrews as slaves. Seeing one of them being beaten, he killed the Egyptian master. 

Feeling guilty, he fled to Midian. There, God spoke to him through a burning bush. He commissioned him to be the leader of the Israelites.

7 Amazing Things To Know About Moses’ Leadership 

He did not want to accept the call.

At first, Moses was very hesitant to carry on with God’s mission for him. Perhaps, it was a sign of humility.

Is This Normal?

Stepping into a new leadership position is a strange situation to many. You’ve worked so hard and so long under another person that to lead a team feels daunting. It feels unnormal.

Thoughts flood your mind. You begin to think about the choices you make. The decisions you have to decide.

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After every decision, you wonder if the feeling in your gut is normal. 

The feelings of wonder, doubt, and exhilaration are something that everyone feels after making a major decision. IT IS NORMAL.

It’s also something that isn’t regularly talked about. Leaders love to share their wins, their confidence, their pride.

But their doubts? Their hesitations? Their questions? A lot of leaders are unwilling to share these.

We need to break this model of broken leadership. We need to make it normal to share our doubts, disbelief, and questions.